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Hey all, I've spent the last week working on the little diorama for my girlfriends birthday present. She loves corpse bride and the fantasy drawings and style of Tim Burton etc. She does a lot of great sketches of such things.
So i've taken her ideas of spider apples and a drawing she did of a naga and made this diorama.
The spider apples are scratchbuilt from putty and the naga has an eldar head. The rest is scratchbuilt. The base is carved polystyrene and driftwood for the trees.
I've tried to go for a lighting effect from the Naga's magic. It seems to work. Comments on this would be great.
Any questions or comments, please ask. I'd love for people to let me know how im doing.
That is simply astounding, truely impressive craftsmanship.
It's almost enough to make me drop tools for the rest of my life (but then again I'm pretty useless when it comes to this sort of thing)
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pretty cool, the thing i always like best about tim burton is the type of iron wrought fences he makes for his animations.
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good job!!!! :drinking:
I thought that was really nicely done. Hope your girlfriend liked it
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Very, very nice work. The light effect is top-notch!
This is a great model. I personally can't stand Tim Burton (no offense) but I love the lighting effect you've got here. How'd you do it?
I hope she likes it, nice work!
wow, that is awsome!
Is that a face on the side of that tree? o_O
Its a nice piece of work mate. I'm always impressed when people pull off lighting and glow effects on minis and dioramas, as its just something I won't try at the minute.
I would also like to know how you get that effect. Is it just simple drybrushing? Or is there a little more to it?
Well done mate, hope your lass likes it
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